Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers was proud of his players after their hard-fought 0-0 draw at Liverpool.
Dutch goalkeeper Michel Vorm made a string of superb saves as the Swans claimed only their second point on the road this season.
But it was not all one-way traffic with Liverpool rocking as the visitors created several good chances in an exciting encounter.
Rodgers' recently-promoted side have adjusted well to life in the Premier League and stay in 10th place following their Anfield point.
Afterwards the Northern Irishman said: "I'm very proud - it was a wonderful performance.
"To come to a place like this and play like that against a team that was full of top players, and with a top class manager, fills me with great pride.
"I felt throughout the game that we looked likely to score and our possession was incredible today.
"We made another step forward. We played like a big team today.
"I felt coming into this game today we were better equipped with the 10 games in the Premier League. We've now got the confidence we can compete at this level.
"To come here and perform like that, and create chances to win the game, was fantastic.
"I said to the players afterwards that there's not many team that play at Anfield and get clapped off by the home supporters at the end."
Vorm, a summer signing from Dutch side FC Utrecht, dealt with everything thrown at him and brilliantly tipped Glen Johnson's late volley over the bar to deny Liverpool victory.
Rodgers added: "He's been brilliant. We had a big task to replace Dorus de Vries and had to wait to get the right keeper.
"Michel has been outstanding."